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Donated Material: Emigration Records

Passenger List of the ‘Beulah’ which departed Plymouth, England on 20th May 1851 and arrived at Hobart, Van Diemen’s Land 29th August 1851.

Title: Passenger List of the ‘Beulah’
Type of Material: Passenger List
Family Names: Various
Dates: 20th May 1851 to 29th August 1851
Places: Ballyvaughan, Ennis, Ennistymon & Kilrush Workhouses; Portsea Island Workhouse, Hampshire, England; Hobart, Tasmania.
Source: Citation: Certificates of Final Departure of Vessels Leaving England, Nominally Listing Immigrants for Hobart.; Film: SLTX/AO/MB/267; Series: CB7/11.
Location: - Tasmania, Australia, Immigrant Lists, 1841-1884 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Operations, Inc., 2012.
Author/Donor: Ian Beard

In May 1851 the ship ‘Beulah’ left Plymouth for Hobart, Tasmania with girls from four Clare workhouses, and from Portsea Island Workhouse, Hampshire, England travelling under an assisted emigration scheme.

Background to the Voyage of the ‘Beulah’

‘Beulah’ Passenger List

All Passengers arranged by Surname

The story of Mary Ann Jane Warrant, one of the girls from Kilrush Workhouse.



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Emigration Records